In a glaciated valley between the Tablelands and the Gregory Plateau lies Trout River Pond, a stunning 15 km former fjord containing ancient geological history. A rigid-hulled inflatable boat takes tourists and locals for tours of the pond, including the geological features that led to the park’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And, unlike nearby Western Brook Pond, Trout River Pond has accessible shorelines where the boat is able to stop for shore visits when conditions permit. For the full story, check out "The Magical Place" by Dennis Flynn, in the May 2012 issue of Downhome.
And check out this video by Ocean Quest Adventures.